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23 October 2014 - Infra investors association looks to Europe

A New Deal for Europe needs to be created to help the region’s economy increase private investment, the first meeting of the Long Term Infrastructure Investors Association has heard. Read more...

23 October 2014 - NHS roadmap sees greater integration

More collaboration between primary and secondary providers; but no proposals for the estate Read more...

23 October 2014 - APEC ministers back PPP

The finance ministers of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) organisation have set out a “roadmap to successful infrastructure PPP projects” in the region. Read more...

23 October 2014 - Leighton profits up 21%

Australian construction company Leighton Holdings has seen net profits grow by 21% in the first nine months of 2014. Read more...

23 October 2014 - DIF fund buys Spanish PPPs

The DIF Infrastructure III fund has acquired a number of operational Spanish PPP projects. Read more...

22 October 2014 - Bournemouth Uni plans student hub

Bournemouth University has released a prior information notice to explore the potential of building new student accommodation and a ‘student hub’ through private finance. Read more...

22 October 2014 - Morocco launches road upgrade scheme

The King of Morocco has unveiled a new road programme to be delivered through a partnership with local firms. Read more...

22 October 2014 - Philippines considers CALAX rebid

The Philippines president has said he is considering re-bidding the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) "to get the best deal for the people". Read more...

22 October 2014 - New European MD for CH2M Hill

Engineering and construction company CH2M Hill has appointed a new European managing director taking over from Mark Fallon, who has become corporate vice president for facilities & urban environments. Read more...

22 October 2014 - FC for Austria road PPP

Financial close has been reached on the new bypass PPP in the province of Lower Austria. Read more...

21 October 2014 - Galliford Try chairman leaves

Ian Coull has stepped down as non-executive director of contractor Galliford Try with immediate effect. Read more...

21 October 2014 - Hereford hospital PFI renegotiated

Contract that sparked Jesse Norman’s ‘rebate’ campaign sees “significant improvements” – but no reduction in costs Read more...

21 October 2014 - Ugandan justice PPP shortlists 9

Nine teams have been shortlisted for Uganda’s Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS) House project. Read more...

21 October 2014 - AMP Capital launches new infra fund

Fund manager AMP Capital is to launch a new infrastructure fund focusing on assets in Europe and North America. Read more...

21 October 2014 - Winner for Chinese water PPP

A winning bidder has been chosen for a new bundled waste PPP project in China. Read more...

20 October 2014 - FCC launches €1bn rights issue

Spanish construction giant FCC has announced plans for a rights issue designed to raise €1bn to strengthen its capital structure. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Herts loses waste PFI cash

Hertfordshire County Council has had its waste PFI credits withdrawn by Defra, the environment department, after it was decided the plant is not needed to meet EU targets. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Philippines go-ahead for six more PPPs

The Philippines’ National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) board has authorised the delivery of six new projects through PPP. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Engineering firm appointed to Danish PPP

An engineering consultant has been appointed to the Skejby psychiatric hospital PPP in Denmark. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Aecom completes acquisition of URS

Consultancy Aecom has announced it has completed the acquisition of URS Corporation. Read more...

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Rank Name Total
1 European Investment Bank 4052 mill
2 Credit Agricole 3990 mill
3 Mizuho Bank 3540 mill
4 Lloyds Banking Group 3150 mill
5 HSBC 3017 mill